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April 2, 2005
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April 2, 2005
Computer Hide and Seek
SmartComputing is a leading source of plain-English computing tips and how-to information. Published monthly, Smart Computing emphasizes tutorial articles and plain-English writing that defines technical terminology. It is a magazine that provides a long list of services no other publication provides, including subscriber only web access, tech support, low advertisements and many more. Computers can sometimes be a cruel game of hide and seek.
Smart Computing knows how you feel and spokesperson Ashley Hannant tells you can put an end to the nerve racking games of computer hide and seek and get the information you need, when you need it.
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